You’ve heard the saying before: “I need to get my affairs in order,” when talking about preparing for death, but what does that really mean?
Today, we are inundated with all sorts of third-party providers to live our lives. From insurance, healthcare, financial providers to our digital life online, we have information spread all over the place. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.
At Life & Times, we want to help craft your legacy by providing simple and effective tools.
After losing my aunt suddenly, she only left behind a son, and a few brothers, one of which was my dad. I watched as my father had to pick up her financial pieces, calling around to see what pentons and insurances he could collect on on her behalf. It was a huge pain, and not something anyone should go through while dealing with a loss of a loved one.
If you have a spouse odds are one of you is the financial person of the partnership and the other one of you does your best to support of stay out of the way of things, but what happens when we lose that person? What a mess! Having your affairs in order doesn’t mean you are going to die soon, it just means that you are a responsible adult.
Affairs in Order is a 60-page digital downloadable printable PDF to collect all of those policy numbers and usernames and passwords -all in one place for safe keeping. Not only is this info organized in one place, but it also an amazing gift to the ones you leave behind.
This is a great gift to your partner or spouse. And also a link to connect to your children when you are gone.